Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Obama care already failing before it starts?

It would seem that if this article from Big Government is true, the Obama Healthcare plan is in a lot of trouble. According to the report it has already missed a third of its major deadlines for implementation that was supposed to get it working by 2014.

This is so far from surprising it, it's like saying oxygen is needed for breathing. A bill this massive was obviously not going to go smoothly during the implementation phase and I think it will find a lot more pitfalls as time goes on. For Obama this does not bode well. In two years he's going to have to explain all the problems it's been having and if its waaaay behind schedule it will be a huge albatross around his neck that the republican challenger (whoever that is) will be able to choke him with.

But I bet you a thousand pesos that the taxes related to this will be right on schedule! This is what is really going to hurt his chances come 2012. All of those taxes and nothing to show for it. If Obama doesn't get this fixed, and soon, he's going to see a major backlash by the public and really give a boost to all the calls to repeal the bill completely.

13 comments:

  1. I think promising health care in terms of how fast it will be implemented is really stupid. It takes baby steps for something like this. You can't fault him for trying. In terms of politics, it's sad because he might just lose cause of this.

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  2. My friend went to UK and said they get free health insurance when they pay their taxes. I think America learn from them.

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  3. I don't know much about politics, so this was mostly a blur. Still, interesting that it's in jeopardy. Obama seems to be following in bush's footsteps.

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  4. What ever happens in 2012 i am sure there planning it to be big. Perhaps Obama will get reelected from some supreme court ruling or something.

    Look up "Shattered Union Trailer" on youtube.

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  5. I agree with christopher in Obama following in Bushes footsteps. He seems to be an absent president if you ask me. good post man :)

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  6. I think the general public is pretty uneducated about the health care reform, including myself, which is why I'm not going to comment because I still need to read into it more. What you hear from Sarah Palin and Fox News isn't a reliable way to get information about the health care reform.

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  7. Great post! Following and supportin!

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  8. Damn I wish I had those pesos so I could pay some taxes.

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  9. Obama hasnt doone what he promised

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  10. people need to stop relying on the government, just because a group of peo-ple run the country doesnt mean they will do anything about it

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  11. Great stuff here, keep it up Bro !

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